Delmont A. Lymburner

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Delmont A. Lymburner

April 04, 1948 - November 25, 2018

Waltham Delmont A. Lymburner born April 4, 1948, passed away peacefully on November 25, 2018, at Maine Coast Hospital surrounded by family. He was the son of the late Allen and Abbie (Gray) Lymburner.
He was a graduate of George Stevens Academy and worked many years as a milkman for Hancock County Creamery, eventually retiring from Garelick Farms. He served his community through volunteer work, including time with the Franklin Fire Department and the Boy Scouts. He will be remembered for his generosity, big heart, and love for children and animals. Most of all he loved time spent in nature and in later years dubbed himself "the Webb Pond Hermit".
Dell was predeceased by his parents; his brother, Shad; and his beloved wife, Helen. He is survived by his brother, Sumner; his sister, Sherris; his daughters, JoDee and Kaycee; Kaycee's husband, Tommy; stepchildren, Shawn, Kim, and Alan; and many grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. Dell was loved by many communities and enjoyed spending time with his Webb Pond friends, children, and some special caregivers, including Tina Higgins, Jeremiah Jordan, and Charlotte Jordan, as well as their families.
Services will be held at Hillside Cemetery at 1 p.m. on Friday, November 30, 2018, with a reception to follow at the Eastbrook Community Building. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Waltham-Eastbrook Youth Association, c/o Mary Jordan, 1525 Waltham Road, Waltham, ME 04605. Arrangements entrusted to Bragdon-Kelley Funeral Home, Ellsworth.
Published on November 27, 2018
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Eloise P Rhyne
Dec 06, 2018
I'm so sorry for your loss he was a great person .I've known him since a child and he was always a kind and sweet person he always greeted every one he saw my Mom just loved him.as all that encountered him to Dellie the only person that wasn't a friend was the person he hadn't met. We need to keep his memory alive by following his lead being kind to family,friends ,animals and strangers we haven't met. RIP and reunite with family and friends that have departed from us .
Elizabeth Flaherty & Rick Langhorst
Nov 29, 2018
Del was a good friend, he'd stop by and loved to share stories. My granddaughter Emily picked the name " Snickers" for his dog. Del loved his friends, and they loved him. He will be missed.
Ida Haskell
Nov 29, 2018
RIP Deli, you were the best milk man . My Dad (Jappy Carter ) will be happy to see you in Heaven . You were just a teen when you delivered milk to his store .
Stacey Black
Nov 29, 2018
Oh my friend Delli. The stories and jokes we told to one another. You made the delivery days fun. Rest well my friend.
Becky Cooper Rankin
Nov 29, 2018
So very for the loss of your loved one. Dolly was a wonderful man and always had a smile for you wherever he saw you. He will be sorely missed. May your memories sustain you.
Laura Keener
Nov 29, 2018
Sorry for our loss kaycee you and your family will be in my Prayers
Joan Rackliffe
Nov 28, 2018
So sorry to hear of Delmont’s passing. He was full of fun with a sense of humor to match. We went to GSA at the same time, always sharing a chuckle, joke, and getting into trouble with the teachers!
Gloria Jordan Gregory
Nov 28, 2018
Adios Amigo. Am happy you went peacefully.
Richard Lymburner, cousin, Brooksville
Nov 28, 2018
We were on Sidney Snow's wharf on the Bagaduce River ready for a swim, but you did not know how. You tied a rope around your waist and asked me to pull you up if you sank. Over the side, you popped up swimming, and laughing. I've always felt flattered that you had confidence in me. Adios Compadre
Joanne, Brooksville
Nov 27, 2018
Kaycee and Family-

I'm sorry to hear of Delmont's passing. i remembered him when he use to milk delivery at Country View Drive In many years ago. What a great man he was, good sense of humor! He will be missed! My thoughts to you and the family, sending prayers to you. Del, RIP!